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Senior couple having fun outdoorsVaricose veins not only create an unattractive appearance, they are painful and cause symptoms such as swelling in the legs, skin discoloration and discomfort from itching, and inflammation of the vein. In some patients, venous ulcerations may develop.



When considering treatment options for varicose veins, there are minimally invasive procedures available including:

When varicose veins are too large for sclerotherapy injections, microphlebectomy is an effective treatment for removal of the larger varicose veins.

Who is a Candidate for Microphlebectomy?

If you are suffering from varicose veins that are causing you painful or uncomfortable symptoms, you may be a candidate for microphlebectomy. If your varicose veins are close to the surface of the leg, then this procedure is especially suited for you. Make sure to ask your physician any questions you may have to determine if this procedure is right for you.

Benefits of Microphlebectomy

The procedure is minimally invasive, so no general anesthesia is required and the procedure usually takes less than an hour to complete. The incisions are tiny and often don’t require stitches to close them.  There is minimal pain associated during the procedure and afterwards. Typically, you are able to go home and resume your daily activities immediately.

How We Can Help You

At Azura Vascular Care, we deliver far more than our patients expect. We bring our full range of medical capabilities and service excellence to every patient, every visit at each of our centers nationwide.  Our physicians are specialists in treating people with varicose veins using microphlebectomy, a minimally invasive procedure performed at many of our locations.

If you are ready to consult with one of our specialists, find a center near you or search for one of our physicians. Azura Vascular Care, working every day to deliver far more than our patients, bringing dedicated care ever closer to you.

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